These are some of the children who took part in the 40 Acts of Kindness task for Lent. They managed to do one kind thing every day for 40 days. Some of the tasks included helping to make dinner, tidying up, drying up the dishes, cleaning out the hamster and helping younger brothers and sisters. […]
On Tuesday the Family Trust came into school to work with the Year 6 children on reflections of a spiritual kind. There were a number of prayer stations set up in the hall with different activities designed to make them think about the Easter Story and what it means to us. Palm Sunday was a […]
40 Acts of Kindness for Lent 40acts is the generosity challenge for Lent, created by UK Christian charity, Stewardship. Lent is one of the most important times of year for many Christians around the world, particularly those within the Anglican, Catholic and Orthodox traditions, held at a similar level of importance to Advent – the build up […]
Academy Status The letter to parents detailing the outcome of the consultation regarding the Multi Academy Trust composed of the schools currently working together in the Unitas collaboration can be found under the Key Information menu on the home page or by clicking on the link below. Academy consultation
We made a wreath to celebrate Advent. Every week we light a candle in collective worship. The candles represent Hope, Love, Joy and Peace. We have placed a purple runner on our Worship Table which signifies we are preparing for the arrival of Jesus. A special white candle will be lit on Christmas day. Click […]
Easter is an important date in our school year when we think about how Jesus died on the Cross and how the Easter eggs we all enjoy, symbolise new life and hope. Beech Class performed the Easter Story in Church to the whole school and parents. They also made some beautiful Easter cards for the older […]
Quiet Club offers the children a chance to escape the hurly burly of the lunchtime playground and to enter an atmosphere where they can be reflective and creative. Activities on offer range from painting, drawing, mindfulness colouring and plasticine modelling or just the opportunity to be silent, or sit quietly and read. Quiet club finishes […]
Borden CEP School is pleased to announce that Bethany Moore was the winner of the Swale Litter Angels competition 2016. Her superhero themed litter poster will be used across the Swale area to encourage everyone to keep our environment tidy. Well done Bethany ! We are all proud of you.
In Maple Class we have been practising our fine motor skills. All of these activities are fun and engaging and will help the children to improve their handwriting skills. Have a look at what we have been up to so far this term!